2 Copies of This Film
1) [BLANK]
16mm film; Silent; b&w and color
2) 1327.0015_VHS
VHS; Silent; b&w and color
[Whipple--home movies] Reel 15
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circa 1920 – 1959
Reel 15: Children peeking under fence at cows in pasture. CU women in flapper styled hats. Man speaking. Woman now closing eyes. Couple kissing. Man wipes womans mouth they kiss again. Woman takes off shirt in sun to reveal slip underneath. Group adults smoking and eating. Drinking. CU bottles of alcohol shown. Man swings drink. Hands it to woman who has just removed her shirt. Man half passes out. Another woman in pearls takes off shirt. Man lays down. Drinks from bottle. Boy digging deep ditch. Pan shoreline. CU woman in furs. White wash waving in corner of frame. Smiles and fidgets before camera. Boy running stocky dog following. (17:13). Woman in furs slides down hill with dog and boy. Man in furs wipes out. Camera places on ground level. LS Horizon. Children with sleds. Man coming down hill furiously heading directly for camera. Swerves just in time. Boy does similar thing. Dogs fighting. Shadow of cameraman on snow. Sledding. Large chain of sleds tied together. Crash. Car approaching. CU wheels over curb. Boy opens door. Gets into driver's side. Shoveling snow. From car. Scenery. Trees. Stone bridge. Pan buildings over steering wheel. River and mill. Mansion. Woman sweeping porch. LS two boys dressed identically. Pose for camera. Then begin to shovel. Baby and mother and brother. Everyone scootches to get into frame of camera. Push baby through snow on sleigh carriage. Pan streets. Buildings in snowstorm. Downtown scene. Storekeeper speaking under awning. Pan snowy, low rolling hills. Street scene from moving car. Very clear images. People walking on sidewalk. Walking across street and hurrying as their car approaches. 1920's cars line the streets. Store fronts. CU policeman speaking to camera. Boy on skis. Falls. Woman now without poles dressed in leopard skin furs. Goes down hill and falls. Lays in snow a while.
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